Archery tournament takes aim

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  • Plains High School student Jubal Ryan concentrates on his target before he releases the arrow.

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    High school students Ruby Martinez and Ilanna Chaney take aim at their targets during the National Archery in the Schools Program over the weekend. (Erin Jusseaume/ Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    Anjel Martinez of Plains takes aim at his target during the weekend event.

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    Justin Perry lines up on the 10-meter line for the first round of shooting.

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    Scorer Matthew Faroni checks Justin Perry’s shots on the bullseye after his third round shot on the 10-meter line. (Erin Jusseaume/ Clark Fork Valley Press)

  • Plains High School student Jubal Ryan concentrates on his target before he releases the arrow.

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    High school students Ruby Martinez and Ilanna Chaney take aim at their targets during the National Archery in the Schools Program over the weekend. (Erin Jusseaume/ Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    Anjel Martinez of Plains takes aim at his target during the weekend event.

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    Justin Perry lines up on the 10-meter line for the first round of shooting.

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    Scorer Matthew Faroni checks Justin Perry’s shots on the bullseye after his third round shot on the 10-meter line. (Erin Jusseaume/ Clark Fork Valley Press)

Young aspiring archers took to the Plains High School gymnasium for this year’s tournament.

The archery range was set up to the length of the gym with both a 10-meter and 15-meter line for archers to shoot from.

Each shooter shoots a total of six rounds — three separate shoots at both lines with five arrows each.

There were a total of 29 young archers at the local tournament.

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